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- Consultant General & Vascular Surgeon | Ipswich & Colchester England | A Abu-Own
Get back to your best self faster Fast access to quality, personalised treatment to help you get back to the life you love. ENQUIRE ABOUT TREATMENT PATIENT RESOURCES Varicose Veins Hernia Repair Deep Vein Thrombosis Paying For Your Treatment COVID-19 Information AVOID THE WAIT Fast track your treatment now by requesting an appointment with Mr. Abu-Own today. BOOK AN APPOINTMENT RECEPTION HOURS Mon - Thurs Friday Saturday 6.45am - 8pm 7am - 6pm 9am - 2pm Areas of Practice The services provided and advertised on this website are for elective cases only and should NOT be used if you need urgent or life-threatening medical attention. Varicose Veins Clinical assessment & Doppler/ Duplex Ultrasound Radiofrequency Ablation (day case) Foam Sclerotherapy (outpatient) Inversion PIN Stripping Surgery (day case) Leg Ulcers Investigation and Treatment of Venous Ulcers Investigation and Treatment of Ischaemic Ulcers (caused by PAD) Investigation and Treatment of Other Ulcers Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Clinical assessment Arrange for investigations including Venous Duplex Scan (and CT or MR Venogram, if indicated) Advice on anticoagulant treatment (or thrombolysis for selected patients) Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) Assessment & advice Endovascular Aneurysm Repair (EVAR) Open Repair Carotid Artery Disease Assessment with Duplex Ultrasound Arrange for investigations, including CT or MR Angiography (CTA or MRA) Carotid Endarterectomy Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) Clinical assessment & Doppler test Advice on treatments and lifestyle modifications Hernia Repair Clinical assessment & advice Groin Hernia Repair (day case) Abdominal Wall Hernia Repair (day case in most cases) Gall Bladder Disease Assessment & advice Arrange for investigation and treatment, including laporoscopic cholecystectomy Lumps & Bumps Assessment & advice regarding nature of lump Proceed with excision if considered appropriate (day case in most cases) Patient Resources Varicose Veins FIND OUT MORE Hernia Repair FIND OUT MORE DVT FIND OUT MORE About Mr. Abu-Own Mr A. Abu-Own Consultant General & Vascular Surgeon Mr Abdusalam Abu-Own (MBChB, FRCS, PhD, CCST) is a Consultant General and Vascular Surgeon practicing in Ipswich and Colchester, United Kingdom. He is a council member, communications director and treasurer for the Venous Forum of the Royal Society of Medicine and a referee for the British Journal of Surgery & International Journal of Surgery. He has helped develop guidelines and protocols used in ESNEFT and Nuffield Health Ipswich and is the responsible officer for several of these guidelines related to thrombosis and venous disease. He is a faculty member of ICENI and course leader for the Basic Surgical Skills (BSS) course at the ICENI Centre - a course for surgical trainees held by the Royal College of Surgeons in different parts of the country. He is the venous lead for the Five Rivers Vascular Unit. Mr Abu-Own has an established background in research and has authored 50+ publications between peer-reviewed papers, book chapters and published abstracts. Many of these have been presented to societies at national and international level. VIEW BIOGRAPHY VIEW RESEARCH Why Choose Us? What are the benefits of getting treatment with Mr Abu-Own at Nuffield Health Ipswich Hospital? Rapid access to the best private healthcare Highly trained, experienced consultant surgeon Full cover for insured patients Greater peace of mind for self-funding patients Award winning service provided by our partners at Nuffield Health FIND OUT MORE
- Enquiries | Ipswich & Colchester England | A Abu-Own
- Biography | Ipswich & Colchester England | A Abu-Own
About Mr. Abu-Own > Biography Qualifications MBChB Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (Tripoli, 1982) FRCS (Glasgow, 1986) PhD (University College London – UCL, 1995) CCST (Gen Surg; Vasc); 2001 (Intercollegiate – General & Vascular Surgery) Memberships Council Member & Treasurer: Venous Forum of the Royal Society of Medicine Referee: International Journal of Surgery Referee: British Journal of Surgery Vascular Society Royal College of Surgeons GMC Registration 3380400 Mr A. Abu-Own Consultant General & Vascular Surgeon Nuffield Health Ipswich Hospital | East Su ffolk & North Essex NHS Foundation Trust Mr Abdusalam Abu-Own (MBChB, FRCS, PhD, CCST) is a Consultant General and Vascular Surgeon working in Ipswich and Colchester, UK. Following qualification from Medical School in Tripoli, Mr Abu-Own trained in General Surgery in Glasgow where he obtained the Surgical Fellowship. He first acquired his international clinical and research reputation while conducting research as part of his PhD at University College London (UCL) and the Middlesex Hospital (now UCL Hospital) Vascular Laboratory in London. His main research interests were Venous Disease, Varicose Veins, Deep Vein Thrombosis and Microcirculation. He then trained in London and East Anglia, where he secured the Certificate of Completion of Surgical Training (CCST) in General and Vascular Surgery in 2001. He was appointed as Consultant in General & Vascular Surgery in Ipswich in March 2002. Mr Abu-Own introduced techniques into Ipswich NHS Hospital, including the Inversion PIN Stripping technique in the management of varicose veins and the Mesh "Plug" technique for hernia repair. He continued to develop his research and clinical interests and believes in actively striving to continually improve standards for patient care. As such, he is a council member and the treasurer for the Venous Forum of the Royal Society of Medicine and a referee for the British Journal of Surgery & International Journal of Surgery. His consistent hard work and relentless focus on patient safety, quality and outcomes is well recognised. He has helped develop guidelines and protocols used in ESNEFT and Nuffield Health Ipswich. He is the 'Responsible Officer' for several of these protocols and guidelines related to Thrombosis and Venous Disease. This desire for optimal patient outcomes is also reflected in his private practice at Nuffield Health Ipswich where he is able to routinely utilise the conventional well tested as well as the most modern, minimally invasive treatments. Nuffield Health were awarded Private Hospital Group of the Year for the third consecutive time at both the Health Investor Awards 2019 and LaingBuisson Awards 2019. Mr Abu-Own considers Nuffield Health Ipswich as the ideal place to welcome his private patients looking for the highest standards of personalised service and comfort in a peaceful and calm environment. Mr Abu-Own enjoys teaching and training and was an undergraduate surgical tutor for several years. He continues to take an active role in teaching and training as a clinical and educational supervisor. He is a faculty member of ICENI and course leader for the Basic Surgical Skills (BSS) course at the ICENI Centre.
- March 2021 Update
We are pleased to announce that Mr Abu-Own is resuming face-to-face clinics and operations at Nuffield Ipswich Hospital and that we expect clinic and theatre activity to return to a (near) normal level of activity by April 2021. We will keep you updated if this status changes. Nuffield Ipswich Hospital had been temporarily closed for new referrals, as it was made available to NHS trusts to support patients with cancer and other urgent health conditions during this challenging period. There’s no need to wait any longer – we’re here to help you whenever you’re ready. Book your consultation with us here or make an enquiry here.
- Latest COVID-19 Update
We are pleased to announce that Mr Abu-Own is now accepting new referrals and offering telephone and online consultations for his Nuffield Health patients. These virtual consultations support patients, and the coronavirus response, in a number of ways. The risk of transmission is reduced as patients don’t need to travel into hospital for their initial consultation. A remote consultation also enables clinicians to speak to patients who are unable to travel to hospital, for example those in at risk groups, in self-isolation or those with travel difficulties. Mr Abu-Own will shortly begin offering some face-to-face appointments for selected patients where it is deemed safe and clinically appropriate to do so. This will be based on talks and agreements between Nuffield Health and the NHS to determine the most clinically appropriate diagnostic tests or procedures that can be safely carried out at this time. This would be followed by a preliminary Covid-19 risk assessment during a virtual consultation to ensure it is safe for you to come into the hospital. Following the review and risk assessment, face-to-face appointments will then be offered for patients who meet the criteria. These are tentatively scheduled to start in the firsk week of August for those on the waiting list, with the Covid-19 risk assessment taking place in the week prior to that. We will let you know once dates are confirmed. We understand that patients may be worried about visiting us in person at Nuffield Health Ipswich Hospital, but we want to reassure you that staff have been working hard behind the scenes to put strict safety protocols in place to ensure a Covid-19 secure environment. For more information, please visit Nuffield Health’s Covid-19 page. Please note that it is important that you only attend Nuffield Health Ipswich hospital if you have been invited to do so. The wait is over! We are here to help you whenever you’re ready. Enquire about treatment or Book a consultation with Mr Abu-Own today.
- COVID-19 Announcement
We understand this is a concerning time for everyone, especially for people at greater risk. As global concern about the current COVID-19 outbreak continues, safeguarding patients and staff remains the top priority. Since 21st March, in an effort to help the nation in its fight against coronavirus, Nuffield Health has made thirty hospitals across England available to NHS trusts. This includes Nuffield Health Ipswich Hospital. While this arrangement is in place, Mr Abu-Own will not be providing any medical services at Nuffield Health. We will continue to monitor the situation closely and will provide you with further updates as soon as this status changes. If you already have an appointment or treatment booked with us at Nuffield, it is inevitable that the majority of these will need to be delayed. Nuffield Health will be in contact with any patients with upcoming appointments to reschedule them to a later date. If you do not wish for your appointment to be rebooked and have already paid for your procedure, Nuffield Health will look to arrange a refund for you within 30 days. For more information, please visit the Covid-19 page on the Nuffield Health website. In the meantime, we recommend that our patients regularly consult the latest government advice in order to stay up to date with how best to keep themselves and others safe. Thank you for your continued support during this uncertain time.